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7/30/2009
Snow Storm in the Northeast
Record amount of Snow
(CNN) -- Heavy snow -- close to a foot in some cities -- blanketed much of the Eastern Seaboard on Monday and spelled a nightmare for morning commuters battling strong winds and freezing rain. A snowstorm is threatening parts of the Northeast with as much as 15 inches of snowfall. The heaviest snow, up to 15 inches, was forecast for the heavily populated Interstate 95 corridor between Boston, Massachusetts, and Providence, Rhode Island, northeast Connecticut and north into the Merrimack Valley in northeast Massachusetts, the National Weather Service said. The storm covered the New York area in a foot of ...
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7/30/2009
Bounced-check collection deals draw fire
Young couple trying to stay afloat
DETROIT, Michigan (CNN) -- Michelle O'Neil and her husband Michael are young, scrambling to stay afloat financially and, by their own admission, not the best money managers. Both acknowledge they wrote two bad checks, totaling about $200, as they were moving from Florida to Michigan in late 2007. The bad checks, they say, were mistakes. But nearly a year after they settled in a Detroit suburb, letters and phone calls followed from Florida. "They told me they were part of the attorney general's office," Michelle O'Neil told CNN. "And that was scary in the sense that I've never had any ...
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7/30/2009
In a recession, tech gadgets become a luxury
(CNN) -- Matthew Baron is one of those gizmo guys, the kind who covets all toys new and shiny. The slumping economy has more consumers holding on to older gadgets while holding off on shiny new purchases. But the Brooklyn, New York, attorney, like so many other American consumers who are watching their bank account balances, is reassessing his gadget habit. "If I'm going to buy something, I want it to count. I want it to last," said Baron, who incidentally goes by "OMG! Ponies!" when he posts comments on Gizmodo, a popular tech and gadget blog. So, even though ...
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7/30/2009
Longer School Year?
Arne Duncan proposes change
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Those lazy days of summer may become a thing of the past if the new secretary of education has his way. Education Secretary Arne Duncan suggests giving incentives to teachers whose students perform well. Arne Duncan, the Cabinet secretary charged with overhauling America's educational system, is studying programs that keep kids in school longer to boost their academic achievements. "When I go out and talk about that, that doesn't always make me popular with students. They like the long summers," Duncan said in an interview Wednesday with CNN conducted in the Education Department's library. But Duncan said ...
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7/30/2009
Germ Proof Your Home
Tips from the experts
MARIETTA, Georgia (CNN) -- Jake Austin, 10 months old, loves playing on the ground. On a typical February morning, Jake and his 4-year-old brother, Hank, are rolling around on the family's shiny hardwood floor, the same floor where they and their parents track in dirt from outside every day. Hank Austin, bottom, and his brother, Jake, play together on the floor. What about germs? The boys' parents, Laura, 28, and Clint, 36, worry that they and their children are constantly getting exposed to bacteria around the house. "The thing that concerns me most is the baby crawling on the floor," ...
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